Jacksons Grove United Methodist Church, Landrum

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Located almost in North Carolina, Jacksons Grove is a wood-frame building constructed around 1870. The building is made of hand-planed boards, 12-inches wide, and the doors are put together with pegs. The pulpit, altar and pews are handmade. It has a large cemetery adjacent to the church grounds. For a history of Jackson Grove go to: www.jacksonsgrove.org/History/Culbreth/pg1.htm. Source: UMC, NRHPhttps://digitalcommons.wofford.edu/umcschistoric/1159/thumbnail.jp

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oai:digitalcommons.wofford.edu:umcschistoric-1159Last time updated on 7/9/2019

This paper was published in Wofford College.

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